West Nile virus is a disease caused by the bites of infected mosquitoes and spreads during warm weather months when mosquitoes are most active. The mosquitoes that can carry West Nile virus are found throughout Los Angeles County. In Los Angeles County, mosquito season peaks May through November.
You can greatly reduce the chance of mosquitoes by removing their natural habitat—standing water. Without standing water, mosquitoes cannot breed. A pond, bird bath, or water feature might seem like an obvious target, but even smaller sources of water like rain caught in a flower pot saucer or wheelbarrow could attract mosquitoes.
Our Professional Service Personnel can also help by first providing a thorough inspection and then discussing some treatment options that offer ongoing Control Solutions. We also focus on organic, low-impact, and non-toxic remedy’s in order to keep your yard, pets, and children safe.